Van Hire in Belfast with Sixt

When you choose to book a vehicle with Sixt van hire in Belfast, you can be sure you're getting a great deal. We have one of the most up-to-date and well-maintained fleets in the UK. We also have a wide choice of vehicles so no matter what your van or truck rental needs, we are sure to be able to help. Our branch at the Titanic Quarter offers excellent customer service and affordable prices on van hire. The diverse fleet has popular favourites such as Ford Transit, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and the Luton Van with Tail Lift.

Van Categories


When you are looking to make a small move, our small rental vans will do the job just right.

  • Loading space: 68 x 48 x 47 in
  • Payload: 1378 lb
  • Driver's age: from 21 years
  • Driving licence: B / 3 **
  • Example vehicle: VW Caddy or similar
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If you are looking for more space and moving power, then our medium-sized hire vans are perfect.

  • Loading space: 132 x 70 x 74 in
  • Payload: 2895 lb
  • Driver's age: from 21 years
  • Driving licence: B / 3 **
  • Example Vehicle: Ford Transit 350 Panel
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If you need serious power, size and performance consider hiring one of our larger vans.

  • Loading space: 156 x 77 x 84 in
  • Payload: 2178 lb
  • Driver's age: from 25 years
  • Driving licence: B / 3 **
  • Example vehicle: Ford Transit Luton - taillift
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Sixt makes Belfast Van Rental Simple

You'll find a great selection of vans on our website. Optional extras, such as adding the second driver or hiring a sat-nav system that covers the whole of the UK, are all bookable in advance so when you arrive at the branch, you'll be on your way in no time at all.
Our vans come in all sorts of shapes and sizes so be sure to check the dimensions and weight of whatever it is you plan to transport to make sure you choose the most suitable van or truck. Also bear in mind that smaller vehicles may be easier to park and manoeuvre, especially if you plan on heading into the centre of Belfast.